This week we’ve put together 4 shorter interviews with Columbia University Conservation Biology Master’s Students who are all starting their academic careers studying some aspect of Mammal Conservation. From African traffic noise, to mouse gut microbes, and monkey poo to monkey conflicts, these students share their enthusiasm for their work.

Guests:
Kaggie Orrick – @KaggleRock – https://twitter.com/kagglerock
Erin Dimech – @ErinDimech – https://twitter.com/erindimech
Jessica Stitt – @JessMStitt – https://twitter.com/jessmstitt
Allison Roth

Columbia University Conservation Biology Student Blog – http://www.cuinthefield.wordpress.com/

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